Antti Eloranta

General description

My research and teaching focuses on structure and functioning of aquatic food webs, ecological interactions within and among fish populations, and advanced research methods (e.g. stable isotope, space-for-time, and allometric trophic network models) to study these topics.

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Research interests

My research focuses on natural variation in (e.g. climate and lake morphometry) and human impacts (e.g. non-native species, hydropower operations) on food webs and fish populations in lakes and rivers. Besides salmonid fishes and aquatic food webs, I have worked on mapping and restoration of migrations barriers (e.g. road culverts and old dams) in river networks in Norway and central Finland. Overall, I have several ongoing and planned projects with fish ecologists in Norway, Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Canada and Czech Republic.

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aquatic sciences; freshwater; lake ecosystem; food web; subarctic; alpine; stable isotope analysis; salmonid; trophic interaction; human stressors; hydropower; invasive species; migration barrier

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Last updated on 2024-17-04 at 21:18